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Pradesh BJP refutes claims of Congress, CPIM as “Baseless


By TC News Desk

Agartala, 27th May 2024:  Pradesh Bharatiya Janata Party on Monday refuted the allegations of Pradesh Congress and CPIM of severe lack of employment opportunities in the hilly areas of the state.

Speaking to reporters here at BJP state headquarters on Monday afternoon, party’s state secretary Asmita Banik declared that the claims made by the Congress and CPIM as “completely baseless.” Banik stated, “The Government of India and the state government are committed to the holistic development of the Dhalai district, which is recognized as one of the remotest areas of Tripura.”

Banik emphasized that the district administration had thoroughly investigated the incident following the circulation of what she described as misleading information by the Congress and CPIM. “Chief Minister Prof. Dr. Manik Saha is personally overseeing this issue with great sensitivity,” she added.

The BJP leader explained that the tribal mother, who recently gave birth to a girl on May 22nd in a government hospital, sought to give her child up for adoption to a childless couple. “The mother did not follow the legal process for adoption, which led to complications,” she clarified. The state government’s intervention ensured the child was returned to the mother in a healthy condition.

Following the incident, the child was initially admitted to the Gandacherra sub-divisional hospital and later shifted to Dhalai District Hospital at Kulai for better medical care. “We are providing full government support to both the mother and her child,” Banik affirmed, adding the government’s commitment to the welfare of its citizens.

The BJP’s swift response aims to reassure the public of the government’s dedication to addressing the challenges faced by the residents of Dhalai district and to dispel any misinformation regarding the state of employment and social welfare.

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